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no stocks. >> buying russia. >> you're buying russia? >> russia is terribly depressed. nobody likes russia. i'm buying the bonds, the currency and stocks >> you think you'll be able to get your money out of russia when you want to? >> maria -- >> what's the answer? >> hold on. i've been bearish on russia for 46 years. i first went there in 1966. i've changed my mind and, yes, i think -- i'm not giving my money to putin, i hope. >> really. >> i for the first time in 46 years have decided to invest in russia. >> so you believe there's the rule of law there. you believe that this is -- you're buying russia over the united states of america? >> everybody is pessimistic. listen to your question. everybody is pessimistic on russia. russia is changing. that's how you make money. you find something that everybody hates, including me, including you. when it's changing and that's how you make money. >> everybody hates apple right now. would you buy it? >> no, no, i'm short apple. >> how come? >> because short in the fall because it went through the fall. >> september. fantastic. >> anyway, i wouldn'
generation drone bomber as congress investigates whether drone killings are legal. and after russia banned adoptions by americans, robert and kim summers went to moscow anyway, hoping to bring back a son. elaine quijano has the rest of ther story. >> don't let these children suffer, please. that's all we ask. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. two ill winds are blowing tonight, a low-pressure storm system rolling out of the midwest will soon collide with another system coming out of the southeast. where they meet will be a classic nor'easter with blizzard conditions. blizzard warnings are up from northern new jersey to maine. and in some of the nation's most important transportation hubs, 1600 flights have been canceled so far. david bernard is our weather consultant. david, what can we expect tonight? >> all the ingredients are coming together for that powerhouse area of low pressure. what i want to do is show you where we expect the storm to be tomorrow morning. those two systems are going to come together right here on
russia following an incident in the air. defense ministry officials say two russian war planes violated the country's air space on thursday. they say it happened just before 3:00 p.m. southwest of rishiri island off hokkaido. air self defense force commander scrambled four fighter jets. the russian aircraft left japanese air space after about a minute. officials immediately launched a protest with the russian embassy in tokyo. they are calling for an investigation. russian authorities say they will confirm the details. foreign ministry spokespersons say this is the first time in five years russian aircraft have violated japanese air space. >>> the head of the all-japan judo federation wants to clear the air. he will brief officials on a scandal that's tarnished a sport that started in japan. coaches physically abused members of the women's national team. 15 team members filed a complaint with the japanese olympic committee. they said coaches engaged in violent behavior in training, such as slapping wrestlers in the face. the head coach and the director of technical development have resi
and increasing pressure in the internet age. racing to be ready in time. russia is spending a day. -- spending big. today there was another development in the ongoing standoff between china and japan in the east china seas. a day after accusing the warship of using weapons on a japanese destroyer, japan's prime minister fired back, describing it as a provocative act. he said the country's need to go back to a strategic partnership with mutual benefit. after the recent flare-up, is that possible? >> on january 30, japan says the chinese navy locked its radar on a japanese destroyer in the east china sea. about 10 days earlier, tokyo says another chinese for gates -- chinese frigate did the same to a helicopter. japan cost prime minister condemned the incident. >> at a time they are resuming talks, it is regrettable china has carried out provocative action towards japan. >> the incidents are reported to have taken place close to this group of islands in the east china sea, which japan controls but china claims as its own. for months japanese and chinese coast guard ships have been engaged in a g
of russia in this context. when it comes to this issue, there are really quite a few differences between the two sides, but they are not really relevant. it is the united states and russia that have to reach an understanding when it comes to dealing with the syrian crisis. iran is important when it comes to the army of the opposition, but politically speaking, russia is the main supporter of the opposition. >> thanks very much. >> in germany, chancellor angela merkel is looking at the possibility of perhaps having to reshuffle her cabinet. after a university committee withdrew the doctoral title from, of all people, the country's education minister after finding she had plagiarized her thesis. >> commentators are comparing this to the transportation minister being caught drunk driving or the finance minister hiding cash in monaco. for now, though, the chancellor is giving her support. >> the german cabinet is full of doctors. the finance minister, the foreign affairs minister, the economy minister and vice chancellor, and, of course, the chancellor herself, dr. angela merkel. it is an un
from russia following an incident in the air. defense ministry officials say two russian war planes violated the country's air space on thursday. they say it happened just before 3:00 p.m. southwest of rishiri island off hokkaido. air self defense force commander scrambled four fighter jets. the russian aircraft left japanese air space after about a minute. officials immediately launched a protest with the russian embassy in tokyo. they are calling for an investigation. russian authorities say they will confirm the details. foreign ministry spokespersons say this is the first time in five years russian aircraft have violated japanese air space. february 7th is significant because that's the date in 1855 japanese and russian leaders signed a treaty recognizing the islands as part of japan. people in tokyo held an annual rally on thursday to call on russia to honor that agreement and return the territory. prime minnesout minister abe vop working. he told vladimir putin that he wants to find a solution. a swift solution is needed. >> translator: the japanese government will press ahead
to return to some islands claimed by russia around world war ii. >> hardly anybody lives here, but in japan and russia both claim these islands. the japanese call them the northern territories. flag has been debated. the soviet union control of them and under an agreement signed by japan in 1951. but tokyo wants a for your of the islands back -- wants 4 of the islands back. the country is marking northern territory day. >> we are continuing negotiations with the fundamental goal of completing a peace treaty with russia. >> although, he says he wants a peaceful resolution to the dispute, not all japanese feel the same. >> they invaded and conquered our land during the war and we were not able to fight back. it is a surge. >> the russian prime minister dmitry medvedev has visited the islands. his visit has raised tensions with tokyo in the past. northern territory day has become a fixture in the diaries of right-wingers in japan as they seek to reassert japanese influence. analysts say that abe needs all the help he can get in limiting chinese militarism despite his vows to be tough with beij
has officially begun. it is exactly one year until the winter olympics begin in search, russia. >> the games are seen at least in part as a bit of a personal prestige project for president vladimir putin, who says that everything is running smoothly and that the country will be ready for the games. >> but there has been controversy and accusations of corruption, and the games are also not coming cheap. >> so she is a prestige project for russian president vladimir putin. he wants to show the world russia can pull off an international sporting festival despite all its problems. -- sochi is a prestige project. 2/3 of the results are completed. environmentalists say vast swathes of forest have been filled to build the slopes. they say the futuristic venues are a lot on the landscape, but the ioc president disagrees. >> @ i am very impressed with the fact that the site is very compact, high quality, and it is situated in beautiful surroundings. >> but the project has been dogged by allegations of corruption and mismanagement as well as delays. human rights organizations have accuse
marred the celebration. russia prepares to host next year's games, fears about the size of the budget and the readiness of the venue have climbed this out of the man in charge of ski jumping. -- have claimed the scalp of the man in charge of ski jumping. >> the official launch of the clock counting down the 365 days left until the winter olympics. vladimir putin fired one of the most senior officials in charge of the games after complaining yesterday about delays in the construction of the ski jump the very personal interest in the games is all about building an image of russia as a modern nation that can once more compete on the international stage with the world's most powerful country. the winter olympics has been a massively important prestige project, but for many people it has just meant living in a building for five years. on this street overlooking the olympic park, we found this woman. her old house fell apart when the whole hillside started to slip. notice how the kitchen cabinets do not line up with the door frame. she claims that an illegal construction dump caused a lands
. we'll be in sochi, russia, a place nobody really knows anything about. so we get a scouting report tonight from nbc's jim maceda in sochi. >> reporter: welcome to sochi, host of the 2014 winter olympics. with a year to go on the countdown clock and temperatures in the mild 50s, citizens of this black sea resort, known more for its spas and palm trees, wonder why it was picked at all. i think it's pure show for putin on the international stage, she says. >> sochi is going to become a new world-class resort for the new russia and the whole world. >> reporter: russian president vladimir putin has kept that pledge, surprisingly made in english, six years ago. and has turned this into an olympic park. running it like a ceo every step of the way. today, the ice rinks are completed and hosting international events. while in the mountains, just 30 miles away, sochi's ski jump and other alpine runs are primed. putin, an avid skier himself, is pleased. so are u.s. competitors here. >> hopefully a lot of people will make the journey and i think it's going to be an amazing olympics. >> reporte
. >> $51 billion, an alltime olympic games record. with so much prestige of russia on the line, he was relying on oligarch friends to take the gamble, that a huge success here would make him a truly a world player on the political stage. what will it boost his very tarnished image in the west? that is a race that has yet to be run. back to you. >> now, you're a 11 insta- weather-plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> we really have not had a sizable nor'easter develop this winter so far, but one is on the horizon. we are beginning to see the first elements move in the area. activity up in the clouds. this is not hitting the ground, except for a few little sprinkles and flurries down in the mountains. in the great lakes, a combination of either some snow or rain, depending on how far north or south you are. this is a to of the iceberg with what is going to happen in the next 24, 48 hours or so. we have had cloudy skies all morning, kind of holding the temperatures down a bit. south of washington and annapolis, meetings are around 40 degrees. in baltimore, we are in the mi
eye on the countdown to the 2014 winter olympics than sochi, russia. the town is buzzing with the sound of construction as crews put together the remarkable stadiums and venues for winter sports. costs are already over $50 billion, four times the 2007 estimates. some venues are complete and ready for their trial runs on ice. they have the cold weather to do it right now. >>> and auction in france seemed tailored for car enthusiasts and history buffs alike. cars and bikes filled the famed pierre hall in paris. this plane may seem familiar to film fans. the famed yellow plane from oscar winner "out of africa." cars from the turn of the century and 20th century from the 1990s are featured here. >> finally, this little four-legged friend looking for a new home. little 2-year-old tonik is getting a lot of attention after thinks foster family posted this adoption and online. >> freaky. >> yeah, it is, kind of. many say the dog has a human face. >> it looks photo shopped. >> it does. altered even more. especially look at the eyes. while he was a mixed breed, he comes from poodle
where -- sochi itself. >> let's use the c word. it always comes up in russia. are you saying part of this is about corruption, the spiraling costs? >> it is about corruption. >> thanks very much. stay with us on "bbc world news ." still to come -- i will be speaking to a cycling journalist about the fallout from today's damming report -- daminning report on doping in australian sports. now to a question worth just under one trillion euros, how much money should the european union spend over the next six years? eu leaders are trying to reach a compromise deal on their next budget, but the talks will not be easy at a time of economic austerity. >> how much should a cost to run the european union? that is the question facing -- should it cost to run the european union? that is the question facing leaders today. they want bigger funding to pay for infrastructure projects like this. the french want eu grants to their farmers to be kept high. the countries in the south are struggling with that. they cannot afford any cut in revenue from the eu -- with deb t. they cannot afford any cut i
from caregivers. in this first video i must warn you, it's very disturbing to watch. in russia, this 55-year-old woman is baby-sitting a little baby. the mom put in a hidden camera and watch what happens. >> oh. >> you can see her just kind of plopping the baby in. not gently. >> watch what she does next. >> ah! >> oh. >> oh. >> she did not smack that baby on the head? >> she smacked the baby on the head more than five times, and the baby you notice is face down in this rocker. she doesn't even turn it over. she just keeps hitting him on the head. >> is it wrong that i want to do the same thing to her right now? hit her on the back of the head. >> watch what she does next. she goes over, gets a blanket, throws it on the baby. smacks its head down one more time. >> this is so, so hard to watch. i can't even imagine what the family went through when they saw this thing. you can't smack a kid like that when they're this little. you could cause serious brain damage. >> this could have killed the child. >> i think if you have somebody in your house, you either make sure you are put a camera
drug dealers in russia have more than just police to fear. the loose translation under this video from moscow was, this is an anti-drug youth group out on the streets serving a bit of vigilante justice. this group went after the suspected drug dealer's car with axes and hammers and destroyed the car. >> whoa, man. they are destroying this car beyond repair. >> if these guys really are drug dealers and breaking the law, then you think, okay. maybe this is kind of cool vigilanteism. if these guys get it wrong, then they're out just smashing up the wrong person's car, not so cool. >> and you've got to worry if these guys aren't truly drug dealers, they might have a gun on them for obvious reasons. you go up attacking with a sledgehammer, you never know what can happen. >> and the video is out, sometimes drug dealers are connected to larger rings like cartels that could end up finding these people. i don't agree with what they're doing, but you've got to applaud their passion towards anti-drugs. drugs are bad. they kill people. drugs do no good to anybody. >>> nice day for a motorcycle rid
after russia imposed an adoption ban to retaliate for human rights sanctions against russia. when she first arrived paul liena cheered. >> she's learning it's forever. and we'll be there when she goes to sleep, when she wakes up. >> authorities allowed about 50 children to go to the united states including paulina. her family's papers received court approval just before the ban took effect january 1. hundreds more adopgsz are still stuck. those families may never see the children again. >> growing up in silicon valley doesn't necessarily mean every student has access to computers but a program is giving students a chance to make their own video games. >> i began this i was really lost. because i've never done programming. >> he is aspiring to become an automotive engineer but the passion now is video games. for five months he and fellow high school senior have been learning how to plan, program design, and produce a video game. is it's a program with their day to show off their work. the goal to help foster interests at an early age. >> making the design of the game to draw it first,
officials has marred the celebration. russia prepares to host next year's games, fears about the size of the budget and the readiness of the venue have climbed this out of the man in charge of ski jumping. -- have claimed the scalp of the man in charge of ski jumping. >> the official launch of the clock counting down the 365 days left until the winter olympics. vladimir putin fired one of the most senior officials in charge of the games after complaining yesterday about delays in the construction of the ski jump the very personal interest in the games is all about building an image of russia as a modern nation that can once more compete on the international stage with the world's most powerful country. the winter olympics has been a massively important prestige project, but for many people it has just meant living in a building for five years. on this street overlooking the olympic park, we found this woman. her old house fell apart when the whole hillside started to slip. notice how the kitchen cabinets do not line up with the door frame. she claims that an illegal construction dump
escaping russia's new ban on adoptions to the united states. it went into effect on january 1st. part of russia's retaliation for a set of human rights sanctions passed by the u.s. last year. americans have adopted over 60,000 russian children since the end of the soviet union. but russian officials have pointed to the cases of 19 children reportedly abused by american parents. ordinary russians reached out to offer support. one woman gave kendra and jason $1,000 to help cover expenses. another dropped off a pair of warm boots for paulina. finally, authorities agreed to allow about 50 children to travel to the u.s., including paulina. yet hundreds more adoptions remain stuck. those families may never see the children again. as she prepared to leave moscow, paulina was excited. practicing her english, and playing with her new gift. >> she's learning that it's forever and we'll be there when she goes to sleep and wakes up. >> reporter: when the plane touched down in houston, paulina skaggs was finally home. >> and good to see that story, but keep in mine that hundreds of cases are still
's exactly one year until the start of the 2014 winter olympic games in sochi, russia. so today russia unveiled countdown clocks in eight cities. the 2014 games are expected to cost $51 billion. it would be the most expensive olympics ever. can't wait for co-shsochi? check out our flash back when we take you back to the torino games. >>> a mega merge ser about to take off. mandy drury is here with what's moving your money. cnbc reporting this, a deal between american and us airways pretty close to being done. >> that's absolutely right, chris. and as american airlines and us airways, which by the way is the parent close to reaching a merger agreement in a deal that would create the world's largest airline which is possibly going to be an announcement of the deal in the next couple of weeks. now, the talk here is, chris, that an all stock deal between those two air carriers would be executed as a reorganization plan that takes amr out of chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and the combined company would be worth apparently more than $10 billion. so as we say, we could be getting that final
olympics in russia which we broadcast right here on nbc. but those aren't the only olympics going on. in northern india, all this week you can enjoy the rural olympics. they're entertaining. the competition of some type, horses dancing on two feet. it looks a bit like some sort of trippy dressage. that is unbelievable stuff. there is the typical feats of endurance and strength with the tug of war. the 100 meter dash. they are flying there. and pulling a minivan with your ears -- ow! >> that doesn't sound like -- >> that is pretty hard. >> they're sponsored by suzuki. >> yes, balancing a bicycle on your teeth. >> okay. >> that looks like it hurts. and balancing your body on a bottle and then a stack of bricks. of course, we have the vertical baby drop. any excuse that we can get to show this 500-year-old tradition. it is thought that it will bring the child good luck. i know this is will's favorite cooler story. >> i hope they have 1,000 on that. >> this is footage from 2008. i hope they have new safety precautions. >> that is scary. it looks like the babies are fine. >> i hope so. >>
around the globe. >> speaking of major events, we're a year out from the olympics in russia. putin has stacked the deputy chief of the russian olympics. this is just happening. it's interesting to see people just as they're starting to focus, getting ready for the winter olympics. it's come up this time next year, we're kind of over the event and -- >> just a reminder, this is the winter olympics, in case you're warning. >> yeah. 2014. >> there you go. >> a lot of pressure on russia to deliver. a couple of other stories? >> shares in australia national bank are up at yearly highs. australia's biggest lender by assets cited lending revenues. the bank has been hampered by british representatives. reports ooh a sale of some 100 branches never materialized. >>> and a major story developing overnight in ireland. the country's move is in disarray as lawmakers dissipated without securing a bank with the ecb. the irish government hoped to announce the liquidation alongside the ecb. these were issued in 2009 to bail out angelo irish. the ecb says talks are still, quote, ongoing. few details are
a formal compliant with russia. russia says it's jets never entered the area. >>> with tensions flaring with their neighbors to the north, south korea's marines are getting down to business. we will show you what they're training regimen looks like. hey, our salads. [ bop ] [ bop ] [ bop ] you can do that all you want, i don't like v8 juice. [ male announcer ] how about v8 v-fusion. a full serving of vegetables, a full serving of fruit. but what you taste is the fruit. so even you... could've had a v8. . >>> welcome back. we will take you to the resort town of pyongyang in south korea. there are hundreds of marines training shirtless in the snow. they did push up some ice diving. also you see there weapons train being. all of it in extreme cold temperatures. it's actually minus two degrees in south korea. the exercises are going to continue through mid-february. >>> that will do it for me. but newsroom continues with mr. don lemon. >>> 30 inches in 24 hours, that's how much snow could fall on parts of the northeast. and a suspected cop killer is on the run. this man accused of shooting
't procreating in russia because of the topless pictures of putin, that's put everybody off? >> yeah. all you need is to see a little bit of putin's orioles you never want to bunk again. handling chimps with they are handling the monkey the chimp asked them to do that. >> bill: dennis miller, everybody. i don't know how much of that we will use but we will try. d man and i will see new los angeles at the nokia theater march 1st, also in d.c. april 26th. west bury long island. we have two new bolder fresher dates. denver colorado at the buel theater friday january 31st. kansas city the next day saturday june 22nd. tickets go on sale tomorrow. check it all out on bill o'reilly.com. did you see he that on deck. kid who wants to be president and did florida offend working women? juliet huddy moments away. the new florida recruit many logo which shows a man's necktie in the word florida. >> i thought immediately that it sets back all the work that we have done. it's not like they have to make it pink or girlie, but maybe put a briefcase or something. >> bill: i was very offended and here now to we
the stairs. >> hi! >> hello, hoda. >> one year until the olympics are in sochi, russia, so we wanted a little vodka. come on in, boys. >> cute guys. >> finishing off our day. dewatchery. debachery. >> take a sip? >> yeah. >> all right, guys. put it on ice. thank you. >> what we're going to do, we're going to have a little race. that's your tube. this is my tube. i guess we get in them and go down. are you ready? >> look out for that thing. ready? okay. >> okay. >> look out for that. >> i don't want to go. >> i know. i'm just telling you. >> wait. >> what do you mean make sure? how do you steer the doggone thing? ready? set! ahh! >> that was fun! >> okay. >> how are you? >> how are you? >> i can't hear you. >> pull this off. >> wait a second, we're done with your "ladies home journal" thing? >> yes. let's drink, all right? >> what's wrong with you? >> look at these cute drinks you're going to sip your wine out of. >> thank you. >> adorable. >> nice sledding, by the way. >> what are these guys? >> keep your wine chilled or champagne chilled. they are like cold rocks but are more feminine, more
the terrorist attacks and the hostage crisis on the school here in russia back in 2004. and that they have a plan to protect schools here and protecting their children have taken on the new focus and sense of urgency. the local group with the famous ties, they have a new proposal and peggy fox is here to tell us what they think. peg? >> reporter: the group is not going as far as they think that they should be allowed to carry guns in schools. but they want people trained to have access to a gun in school if needed.
to the colonel. he says that is if iran and russia withdraw their support from assad and it would help if the u.s. boosted its support all the while the blood shed continues, shep? >> shepard: greg palkot overseas tonight. the state of virginia may soon start printing its own money. lawmakers say it will come in handy if the u.s. dollar goes belly up plus, want to save money on college? we'll show you where schools are now offering degrees for as little as $10,000. and board walk is getting a new visitor. the folks who make monopoly announcing which token is joining the board game. and which ones is getting kicked to the curb. details on the game changer. who would have thought that the internet would pick -- s pred the crème part of an oreo. [ whispering ] that's crazy, the cookie's the best part. crème. cookie. crème. cookie. [ whispering ] crème. [ whispering ] cookie. [ whispering ] crème. [ whispering ] cookie. [ whispering ] crème. [ whispering ] cookie. crème! [ fire alarm ringing ] [ whispering ] firrreeee! crème. cookie. crème. cookie. [ whispering ] i'm calling the cops. [ po
that we wouldn't want russia, china, or iran to follow. yet, they may because we are claiming that authority. >> these are all great questions, and we really need to talk all these out, but i think the fact is that warfare has outrun the existing law, and we need to decide these questions. the questions you raise are really good and important ones. >> the huffington post david wood and the aclu, thank you both. >> thank you. >> coming up, president obama is set to address house democrats, and we will bring you his remarks live. first, party messenger, party savior, and party linguist. is marco rubio, the new bilingual voice of the gop. we will discuss ahead on "now." [ elevator bell dings ] i hate mondays. yeah, they're the worst. [ caribbean accent ] no worries, mon. every-ting will be alright. [ chuckles ] yeah, mon. come on! don't fret, me brotha. sticky bun come soon. ♪ yeah, wicked coffee, mista jim! julia, turn da frown de other way around! hey, dave, you're from minnesota, right? yes, i! da land of ten thousand lakes. the gopher state! so in conclusion, things are pre
begin in sochi, russia. but apparently preparations are not exactly running on schedule. vladimir putin just fired a top olympic organizer after hearing about construction delays there. and another big concern, won't be any snow. sochi is in far southern russia. and has been quite warm this winter as it was last winter. putin is promising they'll have a backup plan. i have to believe that means snow. >>> lance armstrong is giving in this morning. at the last minute he decided to come clean to u.s. anti-doping authorities and cooperate with their investigation. his testimony under oath could help him win a reduction in his lifetime ban from sports. >>> and finally, imagine how much money you would have been paid if every time you checked your work e-mail from home or took a call from the boss after hours you got a little cash. a chicago police officer has filed a federal lawsuit claiming he's entitled to overtime pay because the boss expects him to check his blackberry when he's off-duty. at least one expert says -- >> hmm. >> huh. >> maybe it violates federal labor law, which is to say,
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